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supersonicart:

Justyna Kisielewicz.

Lighthearted, comical paintings with deep social roots by Justyna Kisielewicz:

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Jun 08
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beautifulbizarremag:

Brian M. Viveros

beautifulbizarremag:

Brian M. Viveros

 
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kaifineart: Anna Bocek…

kaifineartAnna Bocek

(via felixinclusis)

 
Jun 02
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goingstagg:

New art work showing at @parlorgallery. See more at Ellenstaggart.com. Left pic is full piece, right pic is detail #multipleexposure #art #elements #nakedladies

goingstagg:

New art work showing at @parlorgallery. See more at Ellenstaggart.com. Left pic is full piece, right pic is detail #multipleexposure #art #elements #nakedladies

 
May 28
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supersonicart:

Daft Punk Deux" at Gauntlet Gallery.

Opening this Saturday, May 31st, 2014, is the follow up to last year’s hugely popular Daft Punk art show, “Daft Punk Deux,” at Gauntlet Gallery in San Francisco, California.  The show features Daft Punk inspired work from over 40 artists such as Chase Tafoya, Boneface, Caia Koopman, Cam Floyd and Rebecca Adams (All Above).

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Apr 13
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showslow:

Gregory Euclide fuses acrylic, biodegradable film, canvas, wood, eucalyptus, ferns, foam, moss, paper, pencil, photo transfer, sponge, and a multitude of other materials into miniature organic and urban landscapes, each object leading purposefully and delicately to the next.

 
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nevver:

Torn hyper-realism, Joshua Suda

(via acrylicalchemy)

 
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svdp:

Smack my Bitch Up by Joe Black - a Marilyn Monroe portrait made entirely out of pinback buttons.

The work takes the photograph of Marilyn taken by Bert Stern in the three-day session for Vogue, six weeks before her death in 1962. The close up image shows her intrinsic natural glamour and sexiness, as well as her vulnerability and innocence. From the 2500 photographs taken at the shoot she put crosses through the ones that she didn’t like of herself. Behind the cross and within the face of Marilyn the badges in this piece show dehumanised women bound and tied, as nothing but sex objects. This surface of pornographic imagery draws out a sense of dislocation and emptiness that Marilyn is known to have felt in her life. ” A sex symbol becomes a thing. I hate being a thing.” Marilyn Monroe- JB

 
Mar 02
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iheartmyart:

Lisa Beck, The Sun Is Down, 2012, Mylar, oil and acrylic paint on panels, galvanized wire rope, hardwareCourtesy of the artist & Galerie Samy Abraham, Paris
Exhibition, Lisa Beck: Observatory, January 17 - March 15, 2014 at Samy Abraham, Paris

iheartmyart:

Lisa Beck, The Sun Is Down, 2012, Mylar, oil and acrylic paint on panels, galvanized wire rope, hardwareCourtesy of the artist & Galerie Samy Abraham, Paris

Exhibition, Lisa Beck: Observatory, January 17 - March 15, 2014 at Samy Abraham, Paris

 
Feb 27
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iheartmyart:

Emma Woffenden, I Call Her, Mother, 2010, 150 × 45 × 55 cm, Polyester body filler, plastic pipe, rope, paint, glass

iheartmyart:

Emma Woffenden, I Call Her, Mother, 2010, 150 × 45 × 55 cm, Polyester body filler, plastic pipe, rope, paint, glass

 
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